Even though it is the smallest room in the house, the bathroom is big on recyclables and the SHOROC partner councils are asking residents to recycle their empty bathroom containers with a new campaign ‘You can recycle more than you think’ as part of National Recycling Week 9-15 November.
SHOROC and its partner councils – Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah – have been awarded a $200,000 NSW Government grant to help businesses measure their waste, reduce their waste bills, increase recycling and reduce their impact on the environment.
Businesses are invited to register for a FREE waste assessment or find out more by…
Join a growing number of businesses that are wasting less and saving more.
The Recycling at Work project provides free waste assessments to businesses across the region.
Local Government NSW has recognised SHOROC and its partner councils – Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah – as leaders for communication and community engagement, awarding the regional waste strategy Too Good to Waste for Excellence in Communication in the RH Dougherty Awards.
This most recent accolade comes on the back of…
Residents of our region are some of the best recyclers in NSW, but plastic bags that can’t be recycled are contaminating household recycling bins.
To try and combat the problem and save valuable recyclables, SHOROC and its partner councils have a new campaign asking those residents that don’t recycle right to hang onto the bag and dispose of it responsibly. More…
Take the pledge now to ‘Hang On To The Bag’ and help us increase our recycling across the region
A new strategy with plans to significantly increase household recycling across the northern beaches and Mosman will be released with some of today’s leading recyclers from Curl Curl North Public School.
The SHOROC councils and Kimbriki congratulate our residents of Manly, Mosman, Pittwater and Warringah on being great recyclers, but there’s still more to do.
Our recyclables are collected from our kerbside and go to a materials recovery facility to be sorted and prepared for market. Steel, aluminium, plastics, glass and paper are then used to make new products.